Herts Police are investigating six incidents in Adeyfield, Grovehill and Highfield in which parked cars were damaged or smashed in the space of two days last week.
D1/16/3380: Between 4pm and 11.30pm on Wednesday, May 11 in St Agnells Lane, a passenger window of a grey Renault Laguna was smashed and the windscreen damaged.
D1/16/3389: Between 6pm on Tuesday, May 10 and 3pm on Thursday, May 12 in Washington Avenue, the rear windscreen of a grey Nissan Micra was damaged.
D1/16/3360: At 10.35pm on Wednesday, May 11 in Three Cherry Trees Lane, the window of a white Renault lorry was smashed.
D1/16/3324: Between 11.45am and midday on Tuesday, May 10 in London Road, Hemel Hempstead, the driver’s side front window of a silver Ford Focus, which was parked in Sainsbury’s, was smashed.
D1/16/3374: Between 5pm on Wednesday, May 11 and 8.30am on Thursday, May 12 in Cattsdell, the rear passenger window of a silver Volkwagen Golf was smashed.
D1/16/3384: Between 1am and 3.30pm on Thursday, May 12 in Storey Street, the windscreen of a black Mercedes Benz was smashed.
Inspector George Holland, from Hemel Hempstead’s Safer Neighbourhood Team, said: “I am appealing for anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious in the area around the time, or who knows those responsible for these offences to contact me via the non‐emergency 101, quoting the relevant crime reference number.
“I would also like to urge people to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity to police straight away by calling 101, or, if a crime is in progress, dial 999.”